Episodes of the Open Source Creative Podcast, a weekly podcast where I ramble about creativity, process, and open source software. The show features in-depth discussions about the nature of open source software and how it relates to doing creative work. And interviews! There are interviews now. Also, fair warning, I tend to use profanity. So if you’re sensitive to that, listen with the volume turned lower. Intro and outro music was shamelessly pilfered from the very talented Sam Brubaker.
Nodevember With Jonas Dichelle and Luca Rood
We're talking [Nodevember](https://nodevember.io) in this episode! Jonas and Luca explain what Nodevember is, how it started, and how you can be a part of it yourself. These two are great fun to listen to... and while you listen, you can make your own burst of node-y goodness.
HDRI Haven (And Friends) With Greg Zaal
This week we have a great talk with Greg Zaal about his website, [HDRI Haven](https://hdrihaven.com), a place where you can freely get high-quality 360-degree HDR images under a CC-0 license. We also talk about the process of making a good HDRI as well as the "sister sites" to HDRI Haven, [Texture Haven](https://texturehaven.com) and [3D Model Haven](https://3dmodelhaven).
Design and User Experience With Máirín Duffy
In this episode, we talk with user interaction designer, Máirín Duffy about her work, the process of designing user experiences in software, and best practices for engaging open source communities. She's been doing this for a while and is super knowledgeable on the topic, so it's certainly worth a listen.
Community and Photography With Pat David
This week we get to talk with Pat David about [PIXLS.US](https://pixls.us), GIMP, and a whole host of other topics around open source software, art, photography, and communities.
Open Source Ecology With Marcin Jakubowski
This week's guest is Marcin Jakubowski from the [Open Source Ecology](https://opensourceecology.org) project. They're making some really cool things and have a plan for giving people the tools (creative and otherwise) to build their own civilization.
Making Things to Make Things
Solo show this week! In response to a listener's feedback, I talk about a ring carving mount that I designed in Blender and produced on my 3D printer.